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To have

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Exercise regarding the verb to have wich is very common in all languages but specially in English

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To have

  1. 1. TO HAVE NO NEED TO SAY MORE…IT’S ALL AROUND WHEN USING ENGLISH
  2. 2. Conjugation Here you have a table with the conjugation of the verb. This verb can be used as a main or auxiliary verb and it is very common when talking about actions in the past that continue in the present…don’t worry little by little we will learn it. Did you know? In British English it’s common to add got when it refers to posession
  3. 3. Let’s practise a little bit 1. She a car with a navigator. 2. He have any doubts. 3. We to think about what she said 4. I will a problem if I don’t do it. 5. I don’t much problem talking to you 6. You have feelings. It’s horrible what you did to her. 7. It to be done. Don’t ask any questions and obey. 8. she have a boyfriend? You to tell me if you aren’t allowed.
  4. 4. I want to break free (The Queen) ◦ Listen to this song. It’ll appear the verb to have and its variant. To have got. Then try to sing it.
  5. 5. Solution to the first exercice ◦ 1. has ◦ 2. doesn’t ◦ 3 have ◦ 4. have ◦ 5. have ◦ 6. don’t ◦ 7. has ◦ 8. Does/ don’t have

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